Browsing 1934 Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Industry, Volume 3, 1934 by Issue Date

Browsing 1934 Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Industry, Volume 3, 1934 by Issue Date

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  • Curson, H.H.; Belonje, C.E; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    Attention is drawn to the somewhat frequent occurrence of prenatal death in the pregnant Merino ewe, and to a case of unusual cervical dilatation.
  • Marais, I.P.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    No abstract available.
  • Nieschulz, Otto; Bedford, G.A.H.; Du Toit, Rene M.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
  • Du Toit, Rene-Marie; Nieschulz, O.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    In the course of experiments on the transmission of horse-sickness and blue-tongue of sheep [ cf. preceding paper], it was found necessary to evolve methods for rearing mosquitos, feeding them on experimental animals and ...
  • Cooley, R.A.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    A detailed account is given of an expedition to South Africa undertaken by the author between 4th June and 17th October 1928 to obtain information on the parasites of ticks [ cf. R.A.E., B 18 1631.] A list is given of all ...
  • Steyn, D.G.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    The toxicity of fourteen plants were investigated. The symptoms and post mortem appearances caused by three plants, which have previously not been proved poisonous, are described. These three plants are (a) Epaltes alata ...
  • Marais, J.S.C.; Rimington, C.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    The toxic substance present in the plant Dimorphoteca cuneata has been isolated and identified as the cyanogenetic glucoside "linamarin" or acetonecyanhydrin glucose ether. An improved method of extraction has been described. ...
  • Bosman, V.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    An analysis is given of fleece density by two methods, the counting-weighing method and the weight-volume method and a close agreement between the results is shown. Preference is given to the weight-volume method when in ...
  • Steyn, D.G.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    From the results of experiments conducted upon thirty-two rabbits it appears (a) that the continuous ingestion of leaves or underground stems of gifblaar does not induce the development of tolerance to this plant; and (b) ...
  • Curson, H.H.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    No abstract available.
  • Quin, J.I.; Rimington, C.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    The pigment responsible for the photosensitivity in geeldikkop and also that developing after operative ligature of the bile duct in sheep (experimental icterus) has been isolated and identified as phylloerythrin, a porphyrin ...
  • Bosman, V.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    An analysis of one thousand South African Merino wool samples selected at random and involving the measurement of a quarter of a million fibres is described and fundamental characteristics are demonstrated. Fibre thickness ...
  • Mare, G.S.; Bosman, V.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    The influence of feed on two groups of Merino hamels which were given different quantities of lucerne, mealies, oats, and saltbush was studied. The body weights of the sheep were reduced by 15.8 per cent when the feed was ...
  • Rimington, C.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    This is a review and, as stated in the introduction, the author confines himself to certain aspects of the subject only - the modern conception of the individual identities and interrelationships of the serum proteins apart ...
  • Ortlepp, R.J.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    The author describes worms of the species E. granulosus obtained by him from dogs in Pretoria and concludes that there are at least two and perhaps three species of Echinococcus in these animals whose description differs ...
  • Louw, J.G.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    A routine method for the determination of soluble ash in plant material is described in detail. Evidence is presented to show that the results obtained by this rapid method compare very favourably with those obtained by ...
  • Mason, J.H.; Bekker, J.G; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    (1) The occurrence of further outbreaks of lumpy wool in South Africa is reported. (2) The isolation and morphological and cultural characters of Actinomyces dermatonomus are described. (3) The production of the lesions ...
  • Author; Anonymous; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
  • Curson, H.H.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    No abstract available.
  • Curson, H.H.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J. (Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1934)
    No abstract available.